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March 20, 2007

Ubuntu feisty and “command-not-found-data”

Filed under: Kubuntu, Tuxicity, Ubuntu, xubuntu — tuxicity @ 2:22 pm

New Ubuntu Feisty feature: the “command-not-found-data”

If you try to open an application on the command line and its not installed, you get: “command not found”.

With “command-not-found-data” you get additional information about where to get the package and its dependencies.

Read Command Not Found and try it yourself. (If you run feisty that is.)

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